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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - November 27, 1890, New Philadelphia, Ohio The new Philadelphia times published every thursday. One Dollar per Vear in Advance. Beat advertising medium in the county. Books Bill Heads posters and Job printing of every description done on Short notice. Your payor solicit d. New Philadelphia times. The Quot times advertising rates. Space. I to. 3 to. 6 to. I y r. One Inch. 11 of f 2 of 13 of three inches. $500 six inches 2 of 5 of 7 50 15 of 3 00 7 50 12 50 22 50 volume v. Cleveland and Marietta Ray. In effect sept. 28, 1s90. Going South. Stations. Going North. A done to Stop Flag stations. Trains no. 2 and no. 5 run daily and carry through Sleeper Between Cleveland Baltimore and Washington. Through coaches on trains no. 2, 3, and 5 Between Marietta Canton Akron. Cleveland and Toledo. Close connections made at Marietta with cd. Amp b., t. Amp C. Sex. Ry., z a R., and Ohio River packets a Cambridge with A 0. East and West at Newcomerstown with . A St l. East and West at canal Dover with c. L. A. And c. A p. North and East at Valley Junction with w. A l. A and Valley a. A. T. It Kook. Leu manager. W k Richards Gene a pass age to Cleveland amp Pittsburgh r. Tuscarawas Branch schedule in effect May 18, 1890. Going East. Stations. Ail express Loca l. Lea Vuk new Tiila Delphiia 6 25 . 2 00 . I of . Canal Dover. 6 35 a a 210 a a i log a Zoar. 7 15 a a 2 25 a a 2 of a a Mineral Point. 7 30 a a 2 31 a a 215 a a Magnolia. 8 00 a a 2 46 a a 2 59 a a Waynesburg. 8 10 a a 2 51 a a 3 07 a a Malvern. 8 35 a a 3 01 a a 3 25 a a Oneida. 8 45 a a 3 06 a a 3 32 a a Minerva. 9 00 a a 315 a a 3 45 a a arrive Bayard. 9 20 a a 3 25 a a 3 55 a a Alliance. In of a a 4 25 a a Cleveland. 12 50 . 6 35 a a Wellsville. 1210 a a 4 50 a a Bellaire. 4 50 a a 8 05 a a Pittsburgh. 2 20 a a 7 00 a a going West. Stations. Mali. Express local. Leave Pittsburgh. 6 to . 4 40 12 45 . Loio Bellaire. Wellsville. 8 15 2 40 Cleveland. 8 of i 15 Alliance. To 25 3 to Bayard. To 55 4 to 7 to . Minerva. La 03 4 25 7 25 Oneida. La 12 4 36 7 55 Malvern. La 17 4 43 8 15 Waynesburg. La 28 5 of s 55 Magnolia. La 33 5 07 9 20 9 55 Mineral Point. La 47 5 27 Zoar. La 53 5 35 to to canal Dover. 12 to p in 6 of to 40 arrive new Philadelphia 12 20 6 15 la of All trains Are run daily except sunday. Passengers for the West connect at Alliance with trains on the a great fort Wayne route Quot running Pullman Palace sleeping cars and through coaches to Chicago. For time tables rates of fare etc., apply to j. F. Milar. Agent. New Philadelphia Ohio. Joseph woo quote. A. Ford. General manager. Gen. Pas. Age to Pittsburgh a. Pittsburg it. Wayne amp Chicago Railroad condensed time table in effect May 18 trains depart from Alliance As follows on Central Lime going West no. I. Fast Linet 2-30 a in 9. Chicago express. 10-20 la. Mail. T 9-20 a in 3. Mall express 4-50 p in going East no. 8. Fast line 3-45 a in 14. Accommodation 0-30 a in 4. Mail. 3-10 to. Fast express 9-10 20. Day express. 10-30 6. Alliance accommodation 2-45 trains leave Alliance for Niles and Youngstown at 5 a in 12-45 a in and 2-30 p in. Arrive at Alliance from Niles and Youngstown at 9-50 a be 4-30 and 8-00 p in. . 3 has Pullman Palace sleeping cars through to Chicago. For time tables rates of fare through tickets and baggage checks and further information regarding the running of trains apply to the ticket agent Alliance Ohio. A daily. Daily except sunday. Daily except monday. E a. Ford. General pass and ticket agent. Joseph Wood manager Pittsburgh a. The p. C. Amp by. Louis railway. Dan handle route. Schedule taking effect june 15, 1890. Going West. Ira ins depart from the p. C. Amp St. Louis de-0 of Uhrichsville Junction As follows express. 11-05 a in accommodation. T 5-20 a in express. 1 12-15 a in 3-53 p in going East. Express. Empress. Express. Accommodation. 2-45 a in. T 11-05 a in. 2-40 p in. T 8-15 p in a everyday. Central Tira a except sunday. Through coaches from Uhrichsville Junction to Pittsburg , Indianapolis and St. Louis Pullman Palace sleeping cars attached to through trains East and West. For time t Ables rates of fare through tick ets and further information regarding the running of trains apply to ticket agent Uhrichsville j unction Ohio. K a. Ford Gen. Pas. And ticket agent Pittsburg a. Joseph w Ood Gen. Manager Pittsburg a. W Kyi =5 he he is Hrej it w or he h of oooo w p s w o w g in by a s 3 a is p. A c to is 4 5 cd Quot of r t j i ii 6j of i or to j going North. I Cleveland sex. I. �5 k a i Issel re r�?4 saws 3.  -1 i. I j stations. La Cleveland a Akron. Canton. A Val a jct la coing South. Baltimore sex. A Fiacro q in u by Vetryl cd 5. Be o c or a s h -4 Rbt to no p g c o Tav no Okojo re i a a a o o is to a c is o be o a o a a a a a Kyj Bucklen Warnaca Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no squared. It i3 guaranteed to give perfect sat faction or Money refunded. Price 25 cents Der Box. Fur Sale by f. C Miller k son. 6y2 new Philadelphia 0�?z thursday november 27, 1890.number 48. New Philadelphia times. No. 5. No. 3. No. I r no. 2 no. 4 500pm 1115am Cleveland. 230 pm 612 "658 i 230 pm 128 pm Akron. Canton. 114 1223too i 45 role do. 620 730 230 la Vajc a i155ai 530 pm 7-55 255 540. Canal Dover 1128 a 03 805 305 550 Turners. 1117 155 810 311 555 Blackband. Ii 1449 f 43 815 317 600 Philipsburg Wolf a. No in Rte in 1105 326 837 7330 340 611 620 la 50 lo43 t139 42i 847 350 a Post boy. 1032 408 854 359 guernsey., 1025 850 900 4o5 642 Kimbolton. Millers. 1019 1009 i53 343 910 415 651 817 422 658 Oldham a. U02 336 925 in 707 Cambridge. 955 330 319451 726 Dyersville 932 a. 5 l5 739 it pleasant 918 256 511 745 751 Glenwood. 912 259517 Ava. 905 243527 801 Belle Valley 858 233 223 557 8l0 Caldwell. 845545 813 Dudley. 835 214552 827 South Olive 827 207558 832 Dexter City 821 202too 514 849 mack8burg Elba. Ol3 154847 sus 146627 too Warner. 751 133 637 910 Whipple. 840 123652 9.5 Stanley. 721 lo8.657 930 Cay Vood. 718 103715 948 Marietta. Too 1245 i of 1030 la Parks by 155 a la warm Samuel Moore editor and proprietor thursday november �?~47, 1890. Hummel Block second floor East High St. Population new Philadelphia 5, new Philadelphia times will be published every thursday morning in new Philadelphia Ohio at the following rates one year in advances1.00 if not paid within three mods 1.50 remittances should be sent by draft registered letter or Post office order to the address of the proprietor. Address All matter intended for publication to the turns. The weeks doings. The two old pals i at opera House dec. 2d. Concordia music Hall dec. 4th. The weeks doings. Something Fok nearly nothing a farm Ami Stock paper almost free to every subscriber to the times. We Are pleased to announce that we have made arrangements with the pub i ii hers breeders guide and practical Farmer whereby we can give that excellent Stock farm and household journal almost free to every subscriber of the times upon the conditions named below7. The offer is Only for a limited time and will be made by no other paper in the county to All who arrearage and one year in Advance we will give the times and a a breeders a guide and practical Farmer a one year for the sum of $1.25. To All new subscribers who will for the times one year in Advance we will give the times and a a breeders a guide and practical Fanner a one year for the sum of $1.25. What is the guide and Farmer the guide and Farmer is a 40-column Stock and farm paper issued twice each month and is Chuck full of practical valuable information for the Farmer and Stock Raiser. It is a fearless expo potent of the various Farmers organizations and should be in the household of every Reader of the times. Come in and subscribe now. Get your friends to come in with you and get the Best paper published in Tuscarawas county and an excellent farm paper with it for Only $1.25. Our clubbing offer. The times having a circulation ,512 already and anxious to surpass every and any paper in the county in circulation which we have already done except the reporter an Independent paper and Ever desirous to please our Large family of readers we have made arrangements whereby we can furnish them with an extra amount of Reading matter for the evenings which Are now lengthening. Agriculture and Stock raising under the present hard times will require More study of the methods of those who have made these pursuits successful. Knowing the readers of the i Imes would be pleased to receive Ai very Low figure a first class farm and Stock paper we have made arrangements with the publishers of the breeders guide and practical Farmer of Huntington Indiana whereby we Are enabled to give to each of our subscribers one years subscription to that excellent farm and Stock paper for Twenty five cents that is to All those subscribers who All arrearage and one year in Advance for the times. We Are not Content with giving appreciative subscribers the Best local paper Iii Tuscarawas county but we want to give them for a Mere pittance the Best Semi monthly Stock Aud farm paper published in America. The guide and Farmer is a Semi monthly journal devoted to the interest of Farmers and Stock raisers and is Replete with practical information so highly appreciated by All our Farmer readers. It also has a department devoted to the various organizations of Farmers which Are creating so much interest at this time. Liis department contains about Al the news regarding the Farmers movements and is fearless and outspoken upon the questions of vital importance to their welfare. This department alone is Worth the amount we ask for both papers. You will want More Reading matter this Winter than usual and you Carnot get so much Reading matter for this Small amount of Money anywhere. Tell your neighbors about it and ask them arcome in with you and get two papers for nearly the Price of one. Quot we will from time to time have Sample copies on hand that we would be pleased to have you examine. Commence now talk it up and assist us in putting these two excellent journals into the hands of every Man in Tuscarawas county. You May never again have such an Opportunity. Seize it now and get your next door neighbor to help you. Editor Scott gave the straight facts last week concerning the defeat of Burly. Of editor Mcllvain would just let tile political veil drop from his eyes Long enough to study the situation he would not be a squealing like a pig fast under a the editor of the journal is doing his utmost to relieve my. From a share of his Burden in the a wailing and gnashing of Teeth Over the result of the election. And now that the journal has spread its wings to dimensions of 9-column size the editor of the advocate will have to look out that he is not a a drowned entirely or Iris party favor split in two. Squeal loud and Long Brethren. according to Russell Sage Gould holds More securities than any other Man in the world his income from dividends alone being $2,000,000 a year. From other securities he has other pin Money of from $10,000,000 to $12,000, too a year. It is said Gould wants his capital to net him about 6 per cent. The first labor strike in this country of which there is any record took place in 1800, in new York where a number of sailors struck for an increase of wages. It was settled by arresting the ringleader and Locking him up in jail. Every Farmer should read a Stock and farm journal. Read our offer. Band boys concert new years eve. The steam Mill is running again with a new engine. Read the offer of the times and the breeder avg aide in another column. Mrs. Jacob Renner of Beaver dam died of apoplexy last thursday aged 57 years. Jim. Amp de. Kaldenbaugh sold their Stock of groceries to Walton amp Ackey saturday. A musical comedy at opera House tuesday evening dec. 2d. Prices�?25, 35, and 50. Mrs. Deible of Dover aged 83 years died last thursday. She was the Mother of George Canada. Eva daughter of p. Ii. Read is lying in a critical condition with Scarlet fever at her Home with her Mother in the country. Somebody pulled a bucket of oysters from mrs. Jacob Millers door Friday night into the Alley and they suddenly disappeared. The Young ladies will give a Basket supper and Freo entertainment for the Benefit of the u. B. Church at Eagle Hall saturday evening nov. 29, at 7 30 p. In. The Black Bear at the shooting match in Dover was won by James King 83 were enrolled and it was hotly contested throughout. The Bear will remain at his old Headquarters. Or. James Stephenson of Leesville an old and highly respected citizen of that place died unexpectedly saturday night of apoplexy. Funeral tuesday afternoon. He was father of James f. Stephenson esq., this City. Mrs. Annie Ash Haugh aged 88 years died at the residence of her daughter in Law mrs. Belie Ashbaugh last wednesday and was buried on thursday. The deceased was an exemplary Christian lady and a great Many friends Are left to mourn her departure. General debility was the cause of her death. Oliver a. Gray died rather unexpectedly monday morning of lung and heart trouble at the age of 43 years three months and seven Days. He leaves a widow and two children Wil la and Stella. He was an Active member of the lutheran Church a Christian husband and father. The funeral was held wednesday afternoon at 2 of clock. Peace to his mortal remains. Our band boys will give a concert new years eve. Come in and see samples of the Stock and farm journal mentioned in our offer in another column. The weeks doings. A Large Asso Sale at specs get bargains. Of books now on Call Early and us store. 48w3 at port Washington in playing at school with rough boys James Huff was hit on the head with a Large Stone bruised and lost his eyesight. Rev. John Williams is lying very Low with paralysis. His chances to rally from4this attack Are very doubtful. No other paper in Tuscarawas county gives two papers at As Low a Price As is named in our offer in another column. The Steubenville Extension of the w. Amp l. E. It. Will have a formal opening in the City of Steubenville dec. 1st. Points about people. We. Bigler had sore Throat last week. A boy and a girl arrived at the Resi Deuce of or. And mrs. Joseph White last week. The Ley lived but a Short time. Well. The girl and Mother Are doing died at her Home on West Ray Street monday morning november 24th, mrs. Elizabeth wife of John Bigler after an illness of Many months of consumption. She leaves a husband six children an aged father arid Mother Brothers and Sisters to mourn her departure. She was a highly respected lady and Christian at heart. Although in Middle life she expressed her willingness to leave her Home on Earth and pass to that Home eternal in the heavens entrusting All on Earth to him who doth All things Well May she rest in peace. Or. Bigler and family have the heart Felt sympathy of All who know them in their sad bereavement. The National Stockman says a a we have recently made a careful count of our list of paid in Advance subscriptions. We do not include in this list those who receive the paper As advertisers correspondents or exchanges. The paper goes to every state and territory and has subscribers in every county n Pennsylvania and Ohio. The last named state leads with Over 21,000 subscribers. Our heaviest list in single counties is of course in the counties of Western Pennsylvania that surround Pittsburgh Washington county leading Xii others with 1,134 subscribers. We Lave made a classification of our list by counties in Ohio and think our readers there will be interested in examining the following items As to our subscription list in the Buckeye state the Stockman has subscribers at very Post office in the counties of Carr Lclinton Coshocton Delaware Holmes Knox Madison Mahoning Union and Wayne. In this list Wayne leads with 659 subscribers an average of Over 17 at each office. Mahoning with 636 and a similar average Knox coming next with 536 and an average one higher. The average per office in these ten counties combined is nearly 14. Belmont county has 868 subscribers at 66 offices and is surpassed Only by Columbiana with 869 subscribers at 52 offices. Among other counties with Good lists Are Guernsey 540 Harrison 501 Licking 615 Muski Ngum 611 Stark 615, Tuscarawas,506. These counties show an average of from 12 to 16 subscribers at each offices in each of these counties it has no subscribers. The counties of Crawford Fayette Morrow Pickaway Trumbull and Warren have each but one office not on the list and show an average of from 9 to it at the remaining offices. Fairfield a list average Lac each office Harding a 15 Jefferson so and Richmonds la but it remains for Wyandot to surpass All others in the average As that county has 423 subscribers at 17 offices an average of nearly 25 each. We can bring Forth no better argument on the merits of the Stockman than the fact that it is so acceptable to so Large and intelligent a class of Farmers. With its 24 Page each week loaded with the Best farm and Home literature that its old friends have succeed in introducing it into thousands of new Homes. For this generous assistance we Are Trul grateful and we shall try to Merit a continuance of these favors a e Hope by this time next year to report substantial gains from All sections of the country. Daniel freed and Alice Arthur Joseph Rennecker and Annie Page Wesley Swank and May Imboden All of Tuscarawas county were married by Justice p. H. Read. C. B. Street aged 52 years and master Mechanic of the had in Ray died suddenly saturday night of heart trouble at Dennison. His remains were shipped to Blairsville pa., monday . John Laughlin of Mineral Point died suddenly saturday of heart was held in High esteem by All who knew him. All school books furnished with Holden a Patent Book covers free of Cost. We Are sole agents. Let lift drug store of v new Phila., F 46 w 3 Christ. Stambaugh aged about 32, accidentally fell off the trestle at Dover Furnace last wednesday evening while dumping some cars and had his leg broken above the knee. A physician rendered necessary assistance. Hope he May recover soon. Dan. Zimmerman at Dover brought his deers and Bear Down from Coney Island last wednesday and a couple of his assistants came very near being knocked out by one of the a Bucks a which became excited. The Buck understands the use of his horns and did not fail to get in his work. It was quite comical. Having purchased the meat Market of John g. Walker on East High Street we intend to offer to the Public the very Best of fresh and cured meats chickens turkeys etc., at the lowest current prices. We respectfully invite a share of Public patronage. Y ours respectfully w8 Donahey amp sons. The following notice was received by a District school teacher near Alliance from atypical Parent a when my boys Are Stayen away from school they Are working and when they Are Dar you the Echo pm and when they Are to hum that is non of your bigness and you Saint running my shanty not by a Durn site at my we see by the Mineral Pointer that attorney bold of Dover but lately of the county seat is gaining a practice in Mineral Points Justice court. Or. Bold is an intelligent and upright Young lawyer and we bespeak for him a Bright future in the Legal Field. We Are glad to see Young men especially who Are self made like or. Bold succeed. The Myers Block is nearing completion. It has two Fine store rooms that will be for rent. The rooms Are 22x100 feet. The second floor will be used for offices. The times will occupy one half of the second floor 22x100 feet divided into three rooms and will be the most commodious office in town. About the 1st of february our patrons will find us in our new quarters in the Myers Block on North Broadway. The editor of the Ohio Democrat and we. Sharp one of the proprietors of the opera House had a a a set to a last saturday in which they got in a Knock Down and was finally separated. The a a scrap was in the Sherman House and a broken window was the greatest damage done which was soon replaced at the expense of a few dollars by the boys. The Democrat gave the managers a a a roasting in his Piper concerning the management of the House. This led to the collision. Last wednesday night about i of clock burglars attempted to enter the dwelling of a. E. Roth at Trenton. Or. Roth hearing a noise at the Kitchen window got up and went Down stairs and opening the Kitchen door fired at the window the would be burglars had the window raised just ready to enter and hearing the noise dodged Down just in time to save themselves. The Ball struck a lamp and passed through the lower Sash of the window. They escaped. Or. Roth does not know the parties but thinks it is someone Well acquainted with the premises. The attempt has been made before. A year ago some one entered and stole several valuable will doubtless get their just dues if attempted again. May 31st, 1889, the Dover school Board accepted a bid for the Stone work on our new school building from Robert u Ood Columbus o., at $2,059. Bid was accepted but he never showed up. The next bid was by John Weinhart mass ill Ion at about $2,700 but his bid was not certified to by the auditor of Stark county As the Law required so his bid could not be considered. The next lowest bid was by j. H. Nolan the Man who erected the building at $3,000 and it was awarded to him. Or. Body As president of the Board ruled the motion to award to Nolan out of order left the room and never returned. The Board went on and finished the building and sued Wood at Columbus for $1,000 damage. Or. Hopkins attended the trial at Columbus and tuesday the Dover Board of education was awarded a verdict $651.00.�?doter reporter. Farmer near Tuscarawas claims his turnips average three pounds each in weight and that he has Many that weigh 5� pounds who is it. J Here will be a grand concert by the Concordia at music Hall december 4, 1890. Admission 25 cents. Done to fail to attend As it will be an enjoyable event. John Laughlin a prominent and influential citizen and Farmer of near Mineral Point died last week. He was a leading Democrat of Sandy township. As a citizen he had hosts of friends. For Sale a Blacksmith shop and tools. Good location in Small Village. Plenty of work for one Man. Only one in the place and for Miles around. Price $200. Very cheap. Call at times office. Or. C. B. Street of Dennison master Mechanic of of the handle shops died suddenly saturday night last at la of clock of heart disease. He stood High in the estimation of the company. All school Book at net wholesale prices. Dealers allowed the regular Trade discount All books at retail with Holden Patent cover. 48w4 Wells drug store new Philadelphia. A. Davis of Mineral Point Wasp town last week. Jane yall of Indiana is the guest of Minnie Spence. Peter Fahrney was at Cleveland last week on business. The address to the or. O. A. M. Sunday evening in the lutheran Church was among the Best Ever delivered in this City. Rev. Simon is an orator of More than Ordinary ability and it is Only a question of time until he will rank among the Best in the land. Creel amp co., at Uhrichsville last week moved their goods into the Large and elegant store room of Evans amp Thompson. They have purchased nearly $7, 000 Worth of toys for the Holiday Trade and by appearances of the Busy throng that is congregated in front of the counters daily the goods wont last Long. George has an Eye to business. The Independent office in the adjoining room is much More convenient than it has been heretofore. The store and office now has an excellent appearance and with his corps of assistants will make things hum and the word Success will be heard in the near future. W e had the pleasure a few Days ago while in Dennison of making the acquaintance,. V. Hicks the popular furniture dealer and undertaker of Dennison. Or. Hicks is an intelligent and self made Man. He started in business a few years ago on a Small scale when he was actually $250 in debt before starting his business. He opened his furniture store near the steam Mill where he now carries on his Trade. By fair dealing and by his business Pluck he gradually increased his Stock from year to year until he now carries a Large and Well assorted Stock of furniture. The Large patronage he has won is sufficient proof that he merited the same and is a sufficient guaranty of his fair dealing. Or. Hicks also carries a Fine line of undertaking goods and is prepared to attend on funeral occasions with promptness and at fair and reasonable prices. We can heartily recommend him to the citizens of his Community. A Call at his establishment will convince you. Brother Scott of the reporter and exed Tor Mathews Are having quite a discussion on spiritualism. We have never believed in spiritualism or the Power of any medium to communicate with . In As much As Bro. Scott has suggested that some medium be procured to hold a seance w7ith privilege of investigation we would ask that it be done and that we have the privilege also of attending. We Are open to conviction and want to see this spiritualistic business put to the test. Bro. Mathews is a firm believer in the ability of persons to communicate with departed friends through mediums and that will be the Best evidence in the world when brought Down to the actual test and experience by the anxious inquirer and that is what we seek Light on. But if this is Only a Power or privilege of a few mortal beings then there is no Comfort in the knowledge that such Powers exist in and through any one. By All Means gentlemen let us seance. The opera House project As we understand it is about this Way the Mclean Bros will erect a ten thousand Dollar opera House upon their lot adjacent to the Exchange hotel with Entrance on Chapin Alley from Broadway the Alley to be paved with fire Brick. The building will be big feet Iii length by 66 feet wide with a stage 40x66 feet and dressing rooms property room and closets to the rear of and Independent of stage. I he scenery will be the very Best and painted by a Chicago firm. 1 he seating will to the Best and latest improved opera chairs. The House with gallery to seat one thousand people to be completed by sept isl 1891, and to be opened in october with one of the very Best attractions in the country provided that the people of new Philadelphia will Purchase tickets to Tho amount of four Hundred at $5.00 each to procure said attraction and give Tho Enterprise such encouragement As it surely deserves. Now this is the True status of the matter As we glean from capt. Geo. W. Bowers the manager. W e sincerely Hope the people of our town will take this number of tickets and secure the Enterprise for if it Falls through it will be a Long while before an body else with sufficient nerve will come to the front with Money enough and willing to invest the same in an opera House. Mrs. Harris of Cambridge is visiting in our midst. Mrs. Keepers of Pittsburg is the guest of Annie Mcelroy. Bertha was Sara of East Liverpool is visiting in this Vicinity. Harry Burnside was thursday on business. At Canton last Geo. W. Bowers was at Uhrichsville saturday on business. Mrs. Hall of Michigan is the guest of Wes. Welly and wife. Our Good natured Al. Carlisle of Pittsburg was in town Over sunday. Miss Emma Weckman of Canton is visiting friends in this Vicinity. Mrs. Or. Reed of Massillon visited mrs. Or. Vail a few Days last w Eek. S. Dent of Newcomerstown was among the business throng saturday. Rev. Krutsch has been appointed presbyterian minister. Salary $1,000. Danny Ludwig and Stel Knisely entertained f. J. Chester of Mckeesport last week. Miss Irene Watt of Richmond ind., is visiting miss Minnie Spence on South Broadway. Or. Rhodes a prominent Young phys Cian of Parsons pa., spent Sabbath last with the times family. Ben. Schweitzer came up from Columbus saturday and remained with his new in made wife until monday. G. W. Mulvane of Newcomerstown and daughter were in town saturday. Miss Mulvane is the guest of Jessie Buchanan. Should you feel inclined to eat or drink when at Dover Call on Henry hi8rick, we Here you can be accommodated on Short notice. Or. Mclean and wife entertained a goodly number of lady and gentleman friends last wednesday night. Supper was served in elegant style. John Kothe of Dennison representing the n. P. Brewing co., showed his smiling countenance Here John can crack a joke to perfection. Mrs. C. Deardorff and Sisters gave an elegant pastry thursday night in Honor of their Mother the occasion being her 74th birthday anniversary. A grand repast was served. Charley Welty while Enro Ute to Canton monday was suddenly seized with Haemorrhage and was carried into a House and kindly cared for but came very near dying. At present is improving. _ John l. Kenney returned Friday from Colorado. He brought with him a rare curiosity in shape of a Cane with Heads of Birds animals and reptiles engraved thereon which was presented to him by Hon. J. N. Carlisle state treasurer elect. John thinks a great Deal of his walking stick. Messes. Victor Studer win. King and John Shearer of Ragersville left last thursday for their native land Switzerland. They go to visit parents and friends and will be gone three or four months. They will visit the City of Berne and other Points. Nothing does one More Good than a visit to the place where childhood was spent. We wish these gentlemen a Safe journey Over the briny deep and a pleasant visit with parents and among their old friends. John l. Kennedy has returned Home alter several weeks absence in Pueblo Colorado visiting his son Edson and other friends. Ile Speaks highly of that country and the Way they do business in those Western cities. Ile called on lawyer Wilson at Wichita ran., a former citizen of this town whom he says is doing Well also on the family of r. K. Dixon and of or. Skinner All former citizens of this place but now residents of Denver and All of whom Are Well pleased with their new Home. John will have to be altered or he will break into Colorado As a resident yet. Special notice. On january 1st the encyclopedia Brittania will be advanced to $2.00per volume in half Russia binding. From now until that time you can get the 1st volume at 60 cents an i Tho balance of the set at $1.50 per Velum y and take one or two volumes a month until completed. We can also furnish any one with the full set at once. This refers to Tho genuine reprint. The Galatine edition can be bought at any Price. 48w4 Wells drug store new Philadelphia. Great Clearing out Sale. Owing to the change of our business which will take place on the 31st Day of december 1890, and wishing to reduce our Stock of merchandise we invite the Public to come and see the great reduction of prices which we offer in All goods pertaining to our Busi Ness. Ufeu amp Kinsey. 47wo houses Tor Sale. From Evans Valley. Father Philip grim was born in Baum Holder Germany april to 1814, and in the year 1846 he was United Iii marriage with Julia Rausch to whom was born one daughter in Germany Jan. To 1847, and in 1848 father grim and family emigrated to the United states and settled on Evans Valley Bucks twp., Tuscarawas county Ohio where he died nov. 20, 1s90, and was Laid to rest nov. 22d, 1890, in the St. Jacob cemetery aged 76 years 7 to. And to Days. Father grim leaves a widow and six grown children a three sons and three daughters All married. Caroline wife of f. Wasem Julian Wile of w. Ott and Catherine wife of j. Ott. The sons Are f. Grim and l. Grim and the eldest son whose Given name i do not know resides in Oregon and was not present at the death of his father. Rev. Loman of Phillipsburg conducted the funeral services. The family Circle has lost a Loving husband and devoted father. He was a conscientious Christian faithful to his Trust and was an elder of St. Jacobs Church of which he was a consistent member for 44 years. Peace to his ashes. The Miller Bros purchased their 16 horse Power engine from Sheller it amp co. Of Navarre and not of c. Aultman As reported last week. Corn husking about Over in this Section and we Are now ready for a Good Snow. Slaughtering hogs making sausage pudding etc., is now the employment of us Farmers. W. F. About Christmas. Notice to Hunters. Grand entertainment. The teachers of this City have secured the eminent prof. L. Cumnock to give one of his excellent entertainments to the teachers who will be in attendance at the Eastern Ohio teachers association. The entertainment will be Given at the opera House Friday evening nov. 28, beginning at 8 15 of clock. All teachers who will Register with the Secretary of the association before six of clock of the same Day will be Given a complimentary ticket to the entertainment. Sufficient seats will be reserved to accommodate All teachers. The remaining seats probably about two Hundred will be open to the Public. Tickets for these seats will be sold for 35 cents each and persons holding such tickets can have their seats reserved without additional charge at Halls jewelry store As Early As wednesday evening nov. 26, at 7 of clock. Tickets for the gallery will also be sold for 25 cents each. A Large number of persons have already secured their tickets and those who have not yet done so but wish to attend this excellent entertainment will find it expedient to do so at once. Remember 200 seats will not accommodate everybody. Dover people have already requested that too tickets be left for them. To accommodate our Dover friends part of one Section of the Hoard will be left at their Post office from wednesday evening till thursday evening when it will be brought Back to new Phila. And the remainder if any disposed of Here. Apply to any of our teachers for tickets. The buccaneers of old flaunted the Skull and Cross Bones their Ensign defiantly at the Masthead. Your modern pirate not on the High seas but upon the High reputation of Standard remedies skulls under various disguises. His Hole and Corner traffic has never to any degree affected Hostetter stomach bitters although that Standard inv Gorant and corrective has Long been the shining Mark at which his shafts have been directed. Cheap local bitters composed of fiery a rectified stimulants with an infusion or extract possibly of some tonic bark Are still sometimes recommended As identical with or similar to or possessing Virtues Kindred to those of americans chosen family Medicine. These perish speedily while the great subdued and preventive of disease pursues its successful career overcoming malaria dyspepsia nervousness kidney trouble constipation and rheumatic ailments not Only on this but on Many continents. Happy hoosiers. We. Timmons postmaster of Idaville Indiana writes a electric bitters has done More Tor me than All other medicines combined for that bad feeling arising from kidney and liver John Leslie Farmer and Stockman of same place says a a find electric bitters to be the Best kidney and liver Medicine made me feel like a new j. W. Gardner hardware merchant same town says electric bitters is just the thing for a Man who is All run Down and done to care whether he lives or Dies he found new strength Good appetite and Felt just like he had a new lease on life. Only 50 cents a bottle at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store As preliminary to the railway demonstration on the 29th, a banquet will Fie Given the Wheeling and Lake Erie officials. John m. Cook Robert Mcgowan and Henry priests comprise the banquet committee which is a guarantee that it will he an elaborate affair. One Hundred and fifty covers Are contemplated Aud a most excellent program will be arranged. Railroad commissioner Norton and others dignitaries will be invited to Gazette. Ask your friends about it. Your distressing cough can be cured. We know it because Kempis Balsam within the past few years Bas cured so Many coughs and colds in this Community. Its remarkable Sale has been won entirely by its genuine Merit. Ask erne Friend who has used it what he thinks of Kempis Balsam. There is no Medicine so pure none so effective. All drug-15yl Large bottles Doc and $1 gifts. Sample bottle free. A no Muff of desirable residences in new Philadelphia at prices ranging from $500 to $8000. Enquire at times. Eliy grabbed the Snake and killed it. Ice a measured about four feet. A strange Snake Story emanates from Columbus id. Mrs. We. Luxe Lay heard scream of her six month old babe which she Bai left in a Cradle in the front Yard. Found a Large Black Snake trying to swy allow the child having gulped Down its Little . Mrs. Hux a a a merry Christmas a is the cheery greeting shinning from every Page of that Ideal monthy Demorest s family Magazine the december number is just at hand. What one will not know about preparing for Christmas about trimming the tree and suitable gifts and Good cheer and How to heartily enjoy the merry Christmas tide after Reading this charming Magazine is not Worth knowing. Lighting the Way for Santa clause is the very appropriate introductory water color the Rich humor of which will be highly appreciated by the Little ones and a a children of a larger growth As Well and the Page engraving that follows a Raphael painting the a Irgin and child a is from a noted painting and will be appreciated for its historic value As we Ell As its Beauty. Besides these Are at least two Hundred and fifty other handsome illustrations for this representative family Magazine is noted for the Quality and Good Quality of its pictures. A in the streets of Paris is a profusely illustrated article in Reading which one is in fancy transported to that charming City and if one prefers to visit nearer Home the description and exquisite pictures of the Washington residence of senator Sawyer of Wisconsin afford a revelation of Beauty. There Are splendid stories and poems and every department is brimful of just what you want to know in its special line. A a sanitarian treats of that sad affliction a a obesity a and the common sense treatment recommended is bound to be efficacious and a your girls we ill be delighted with the com Dietta in their special department. But our advice is subscribe for this splendid Magazine and you can have a rare treat each month. It is Only $2 a year and is published by w. Jennings Demorest 15 East 14th Street new York. Remarkable Rescue. Mrs. Michael curtain Plainfield 111., makes the statement that she caught cold which settled on her lungs she was treated for a month by her family physician but grew worse. He told her she was a hopeless victim of consumption and that no Medicine could cure her. Her druggist suggested or. Kings new discovery for consumption she bought a bottle and to her Delight found herself benefited from first dose. She continued its use and after taking ten bottles found herself sound and Well now does her own housework and is As Well As she Ever was. Free trial bottles of this great discovery at f. C. Miller amp songs drug store Large bottles 50 cents and $1.00. There Wras quite a Lively lire in Uhrichsville last monday night. The hol linger building on water Street occupied by Julius Voges photographer Bernard Fritz dealer in harness and Gus. Shultz furniture dealer was discovered to be on fire and although the alarm was promptly Given it was some time before the fire companies and people were aroused to the situation. This was due to the hour it being shortly after Midnight. The building was badly damaged and the goods of the different occupants almost totally ruined. The i Ess is estimated at $4,000. The damage Falls the heaviest on or. Fritz whose loss is about $1,500, with no insurance. The others were partially insured. The origin of the fire is unknown a paragraph. For Sale. The noted thorough bred Percheron stallion description and Pedigree a a Frederick is a Beautiful Iron Gray six years old and weighs about 1900 lbs. He is of Tine appearance heavy Bone and Good action for a heavy draft horse. He was foaled april 20, 1884, and imported in 1887, by Geo. Vandevender of Lexington Illinois. He is recorded in the Percheron Studbook of America under no. 7310. Also two half blood Norman mares both of which Are in foal by the above named horse. Also one heavy draft horse 15 years old and one thorough bred shorthorn Bull 2-years old. Inquire of e. J. Moore or a. P. Latto executors of the estate of Alexande Latto deceased. 46w3 from port Washington. Mrs. Vyrn. Riley is visiting her son in West Lafayette. Mrs. Cappel died at her Home two Miles East of port wednesday and was brought Here for burial. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Crafts in the German lutheran Church in an affecting manner. A concert was Given in the town Hall last Friday by a dutch a party was held at the residence of Jonas Bremer last sunday it being the 50th anniversary of mrs. birthday. Old Salt. Ile yelled Kemp Balaam. I yell a a Kemp a Balsam the Best cough i always do when i hear a Man cough and i can to help it. It saved me and it will cure you. I was threatened with pneumonia last Winter and it broke it up. It helps the children out when their throats Are sore cures their cough and tastes so Good. The first dose helps you. So writes a. A Arnold Engineer on the West Shore Ray at Canajoharie . 43 the Bowerston Leader Given an account of the attempt of James Downs a labourer at the Tunnel near that place to commit suicide by cutting his Throat is Ith a razor. Ile had been drinking hard for a Day or two and was probably feeling despondent. He Cut a Large Gash across the Throat with the razor and Lay Down on the bed to let his life ebb away. Fortunately a boy who we As bearding at the same place discovered him and gave the alarm. A physician was called in time to save his life although very weak. We received this week a copy of the Bowerston Leader a new paper just started in the thriving Village of Bowerston by f. O. And c. S. Bower. It is a 7-column Sheet is neat and Well printed and Well deserving a Liberal patronage. Wish you Success gentlemen. We the undersigned Farmers and land owners of Goshen Fairfield and Warren townships have found it necessary for Protection to our Stock and ourselves to publicly notify according to Law All persons that they Are forbidden hereafter to enter upon the lands of any of the undersigned parties for the purpose of Hunting or shooting and anyone found Hunting shooting or trespassing on the lands of said parties will be prosecuted to the full extent of the Law Samuel d Waltz Armor Strawn Obediah Conwell Robert Giggle m Waters Josiah Sparks Jason l Henderson Benjamin Gundy David Brown Isaac Giggle s w Ricketts Adam Giggle Henry Gundy Jacob Truman Daniel Dessecker John n Renneker Adam Renneker Louis Kreig George Lightel Samuel Rentch Leonard Smith w ii Roby Vav s Gundy Harvey Smith e. . 47 w2 notice to Hunters Aud trespassers. We the undersigned Farmers and land owners of Franklin township have found it necessary for Protection to our Stock and ourselves to publicly notify according to law7, All persons that they Are forbidden to enter upon the lands of any of the undersigned parties for the purpose of Hunting or shooting. Any one found Hunting shooting or trespassing on the lands of said parties without permission will be prosecuted to the full extent of the Law a Garber John Garber Jerry Garber George Canary Joseph Hartline Isaac Huffman Jonas Snyder Peter Haas h j aul Geo Haas j c Fernsel a Zimmerman. Solomon Seese Thos Walker Henry Wallick j g Border c Canary j d Shutt l w Bair Abe Weber John a Bair Isaac Eberly John la Garber e r Border Conrad Seikel Isaac Bixler David Bixler g Vav Forney George w Stoutt b a Shutt. J f Peters John by Bighand Fred. Zeltman r. Kapuzky Zoar Woolen Mill. Having refitted our Mills for manufacturing Woolen goods such As yarns flannels Cassimeris sat nets and a special line for Farmers and mechanics Wear we respectfully invite the attention of the Public to the same. All our goods Are manufactured from pure Ohio Wool and Are therefore free from shoddy and Cotton. We constantly have on hand a Large assortment of yarn flannels Cassimes etc., which we will Exchange for Wool or sell for Cash at reasonable prices. 4< w4 the Zoar society. A lady perfect companion. Painless childbirth our new Book tells How any woman May become a Mother without suffering any pain whatever. A Iso How to treat and overcome morning sickness swelled limbs and other evils attending pregnancy. It is reliable and highly endorsed by physicians As the wife a True private companion. Send two cent stamp for descriptive circulars and confidential letter sent in sealed envelope. Addres Frank Thomas amp co. Publishers Baltimore my. 45yl some 200 Union carpenters employed on the exposition building at Spokane Falls wash., struck the other Day because the directors bought some lumber of a firm boycotted by the Union. Pub lie indignation was aroused and a Large number of Bankers merchants lawyers and others went to the building and took up the work themselves. The strike will not therefore delay the completion of the building. Hold it to tile Light. The Man who tells you confidentially just what will cure your cold is prescribing Kempis Balsam this year. In the preparation of this remarkable Medicine for coughs and colds no expense is spared to Combine Only the Best and purest ingredients. Hold a bottle of Kempis Balsam to the Light and look through it notice the Bright Clear look then compare with other Brice 50c. And $1. Sample bottles free. For Sale. The Large Island lying Between the two dams on the Tuscarawas River one of the finest locations for a summer resort in the county. It also comprises the Best fishing Waters in the state. A ill be offered on reasonable terms. Inquire of l. Edie Tuscarawas Ohio or s. Moore editor times. 27tf marriage License granted. John g. Rudolph and Emma spies. John Willoughby and Elizabeth a. It Yle. Henry m. Ott and Elizabeth Klein. Benjamin l. Schindler and Anna i. Wiand. Daniel freed and Adoline arthers. A few More Ebster a Large dictionaries will he close j out at $2.50. Come before they Are All gone. Wells drug store 46w3 new Philadelphia I or Good building lots Well located in the City of Wichita is. Would Trade for town property in new Philadelphia or canal Dover or for and in i Tuscarawas county. A bargain for any one wanting to go West. For particulars inquire of Samuel Moore agent a a of for weak lungs and feebleness chases Barley malt whisky is an excellent tonic. It is absolutely Jure full of Nutriment and builds up the system. A. Bippus amp son sole agent for new Philadelphia. 48w4 we the highest Market Price for slides and poultry of All kinds. Donahey amp sons. Cast High St., new Philadelphia. 45w8 All books of teachers Reading Circle kept in Stock at teachers rates. Wells drug store a >w3 new Philadelphia The Only Complete 5 and to cent Tore in new brei Ladelphia is the fair South Broadway Raiff Block

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